Best Money Tips: Common Habits That Can Shorten Your Life

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on common habits that may shorten your life, essentials for a long car ride, and natural methods to keep bugs away.

Top 5 Articles

8 Common Living Habits That May Shorten Your Life — Believe it or not, exercising too much can shorten your lifespan. [Lifehack]

16 Essentials For a Long Car Ride — If you're driving with a caravan, pack a walkie-talkie for each car so you can communicate even in areas with no cell phone service. [PopSugar Smart Living]

Easy, Natural Ways to Keep Bugs Away From Your Yard — Mosquitoes aren't strong fliers, so if you run a fan they'll have to fight against the wind and won't be able to stay in one place long enough to bite. [The Allstate Blog]

7 Simple Ways to Spend Less At Stores — Set a time limit for your shopping. The longer you spend in the store, the more likely you'll fill your cart with things you don't need. [Northern Cheapskate]

These 10 Things Are Damaging Your Eyes — It's important to protect your eyes from UV rays. Weary sunglasses that block UV rays any time you're outside, even if it's cloudy. [CouponPal]

Other Essential Reading

5 Things To Do Before You Travel Abroad — Have all your documents ready ahead of time. Make copies of your passport, and bring information on your credit cards, emergency numbers, and travel details like where you're staying and flight numbers. [Frugal Beautiful]

Hosting a Fun (And Frugal!) Summer Party — Buy party essentials in bulk. Warehouse clubs like Costco offer high quality food at competitive prices. [Couple Money]

10 Fun Ways You Can Earn Money at the Beach — You can rent out beach essentials like coolers, umbrellas, and shelters. [Money Pantry]

How to Create a Summer Bucket List in 5 Easy Steps — Whenever you or your kids hit an "I'm bored" moment, use the summer bucket list to fill your day with family fun! [Parenting Squad]

10 Inexpensive Powerhouse Foods to Add to Your Diet — Cabbage is rich in fiber and vitamins, and they're great for stretching most recipes. Plus, they're really cheap! [PT Money]

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